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1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
2 <!DOCTYPE section SYSTEM "./tX.dtd"[ ]>
3 <section name='turntable gallery'>
4    &db;
5   <turntable>
6     <para>While scratching with the mouse usually 
7     <italic>sounds</italic> the way terminatorX users want it to (at least if
8     the feedback I get is representative) it doesn't really 
9     <italic>feel</italic> like scratching. The only way to get that traditional
10     haptic feedback is to turn your turntable into a mouse device.</para>
11     <para>If you want to do this without harming your mouse nor turntable, the
12     method suggested by the terminatorX logo should be feasible. Optical input
13     devices are known to produce best results in such a scenario. For those
14     interested here's a 
15     <dblink id='oldtable'>document</dblink> on how I turned my old turntable
16     into a terminatorX device.</para>
17     <para>Luckily a lot of terminatorX users have built their own turntables
18     and I'm really happy to present some of these creations below. Please, if 
19     <italic>your</italic>turntable is missing 
20     <link ref='mailto:alex@lisas.de'>send</link> me some pictures of it so I can
21     add them here. 
22     <bold>Thanks</bold>to all contributors!</para>
23     <turntabletable>
24       <tt title="Fernando's turntable">
25         <author>
26           <person>
27             <name>Fernando S. Fabreti</name>
28             <email>ffabreti@yahoo.com.br</email>
29           </person>
30         </author>
31         <text>
32           <para>Fernando's turntable differs from the others in this section as
33           he attached the mouse to the tone arm of the turntable. Take a look
34           at the "in detail" picture to find out how Fernando's table
35           works.</para>
36           <para>
37           <italic>Note</italic>: Fernando also contributed a scratch - see 
38           <dblink id='scratches'>users' scratches-section</dblink>.</para>
39         </text>
40         <ttimages>
41           <image filename='fernando1.jpg'>
42             <nopara>The whole thing</nopara>
43           </image>
44           <image filename='fernando2.jpg'>
45             <nopara>A little closer</nopara>
46           </image>
47           <image filename='fernando3.jpg'>
48             <nopara>Even closer</nopara>
49           </image>
50           <image filename='fernando4.jpg'>
51             <nopara>In detail</nopara>
52           </image>
53           <image filename='fernando5.jpg'>
54             <nopara>Fernado in action</nopara>
55           </image>
56         </ttimages>
57       </tt>
58       <tt title="Toqer's turntable">
59         <author>
60           <person>
61             <name>Toqer</name>
62             <email>toqer@pacbell.net</email>
63           </person>
64         </author>
65         <text>
66           <para>Toqer is using an optical device for his turntable. The image
67           is somewhat low-res but you get the idea.</para>
68         </text>
69         <ttimages>
70           <image filename='toqer1.jpg'>
71             <nopara>Toqer's optical turntable</nopara>
72           </image>
73         </ttimages>
74       </tt>
75       <tt title="Matt's turntable">
76         <author>
77           <person>
78             <name>Matt Thomas</name>
79             <email>loopdloop@jaggedsoft.com</email>
80           </person>
81         </author>
82         <text>
83           <para>Proudly presenting DJ Loopdloop's terminatorX turntable. A very
84           interesting aproach that hides the mouse completely inside the
85           turntable.</para>
86           <para>Have a look...</para>
87         </text>
88         <ttimages>
89           <image filename='matt1.jpg'>
90             <nopara>Could be a "usual" turntable</nopara>
91           </image>
92           <image filename='matt2.jpg'>
93             <nopara>But it's not</nopara>
94           </image>
95           <image filename='matt3.jpg'>
96             <nopara>Tricky details</nopara>
97           </image>
98         </ttimages>
99       </tt>
100       <tt title='My turntable'>
101         <author>
102           <person>
103             <name>Me</name>
104             <email>alex@lisas.de</email>
105           </person>
106         </author>
107         <text>
108           <para>These are the pictures of my very own terminatorX turntable.
109           The turntable is described in more detail 
110           <dblink id='oldtable'>here</dblink>.</para>
111         </text>
112         <ttimages>
113           <image filename='tt_normal.jpg'>
114             <nopara>The turntable and its connector</nopara>
115           </image>
116           <image filename='tt_top1.jpg'>
117             <nopara>Again</nopara>
118           </image>
119           <image filename='tt_top_zoom.jpg'>
120             <nopara>The motor</nopara>
121           </image>
122           <image filename='tt_open_total.jpg'>
123             <nopara>Turntable's inside</nopara>
124           </image>
125           <image filename='tt_mouse_axis.jpg'>
126             <nopara>The axis to connect</nopara>
127           </image>
128           <image filename='tt_mouse_connect.jpg'>
129             <nopara>Axis attached to motor</nopara>
130           </image>
131           <image filename='tt_the_mouse.jpg'>
132             <nopara>Maximum compatibility ;)</nopara>
133           </image>
134         </ttimages>
135       </tt>
136     </turntabletable>
137     <para>Your turntable is missing? Please, 
138     <link ref='mailto:alex@lisas.de'>send</link> me some pictures of it so I can
139     add them.</para>
140   </turntable>
141 </section>